Creative producer and director
Luce Howell (they/them) is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Leeds, UK. Recently graduating at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in the BA Performance and Creative Enterprise, they aim to generate work that explores socially engaged contexts. Recent creative projects include working as a curator at the Barbican Centre on the exhibition, ‘‘Through The Mean’’, producing a live event that explored young artist identity in the UK, and a short film funded by the Roundhouse and Ex Amino Foundation – The Garden Lamps Are Tiny Moons. They have also worked as a facilitator for drama, theatre and creative writing for companies such as London Bubble and Stratford Circus. They have a penchant for the colour yellow and thanking the bus driver.
Filmmaker & Digital Media Expert
Jasperi Wirtanen (she/her) is a filmmaker and multidisciplinary artist currently studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Previous personal projects of hers have involved A.I., music production, performance art, and photography. Her favorite movie is Spirited Away and her favorite hobby is cooking.
Social media co-ordinator
Anita Markoff (she/her) is a freelance journalist and published poet, who has recently completed a Creative Writing MA in the frosty north of Scotland. Any fragments of free time are spent watching lesbian films or horror films or even better, a mix of both. Their favourite films all seem to include a club sequence with blue or red lighting where people are dancing and laughing to indescribably sad music (Victoria, Water Lilies, Nina, Thelma).